Religious Education

An Analysis of the Catechetical Program “Generations of Faith”

Cardinal Newman Society is a national organization dedicated to the renewal of Catholic identity in Catholic higher education in the United States

Catechesis of the Good Shepherd – An approach to the religious formation of children. It is rooted in the Bible, the liturgy of the church, and the educational principles of Maria Montessori.

Catholic Education at a Crossroads – Ultimately, what we seek in our leaders we should cultivate in our students: endurance or fortitude, tempered by temperance and erudition, is the core classical virtue celebrated in the West since the times of Hector as well as Beowulf, and it is sincerely needed in Catholic education today.

Catholic Kids 101 – Catholic Kids 101 is a tool to help bring children to Jesus in the Holy Eucharist for the 21st century!

Does Sex Ed Undermine Parental Rights? – Unless a broader parental opt out is added, New York City’s new policies will continue to usurp parents’ just (and constitutionally recognized) authority. – It’s no secret that many Catholic schools are experiencing a loss of traditional Catholic identity, a weakening of academic standards, and the support of views contrary to Church teaching. As a result, schools are closing, attendance is falling, financial struggles are common, and Catholic schools are beginning to resemble public schools that teach religion as a subject.

How to Save the Soul of Our Catholic Schools – “How can we make our school more Catholic?” This is a real question schools ask, some with perplexity. Is it a new curriculum? Better religion classes? Having the kids come to Mass? The answer is vital for the future of Catholic education.

The Truth and Meaning of Human Sexuality

To read a review for the “Faith and Life” religion series, see: “Faith & Life”

To read words of praise for the “Image of God” religious series, see: “Image of God”

What Christian Education Is NotA man was meant to be doubtful about himself, but undoubting about the truth; this has been exactly reversed.  ∼ G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy (1908).